Mikrotik BGP Question
martin at airwire.ie
Tue May 25 10:37:44 CDT 2010
On 24/05/10 17:28, Allan Eising wrote:
> In some ways, I find the MikroTik RouterOS routing filter syntax a little
> more powerful than Cisco's route-maps. As routing filters work the same
> way as firewall filters, you can group rules in "chains" and reuse parts
> of your filters in other filters by jumping to another chain. This could
> be used, for instance, on a peering setup, where you have a number of
> rules per peer but also some common filtering for all peers, or to handle
> specific and generic filtering for your customers.
> I haven't yet found anything that I missed being able to with filters, at
> least with BGP. With other routing protocols, it's another story.
It's different thinking for every router platform/os, really. On
Cisco/Quagga you can also reuse filtering rules by using peering-groups.
At the end of the day, everybody has to find their best medium.
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